Are you smarter than a computer? See if you can find your algo-rhythm in this byte-sized artificial intelligence (AI) quiz.
#1. Which of the following is NOT a famous AI platform?
ChatGPT, Midjourney, and DALL-E are all examples of generative AI models that can create content, like text or images, in a human-like manner. Pink Floyd is a rock band!
#2. When did an AI first defeat a human world-champion chess player?
IBM’s AI program called Deep Blue defeated world chess champion Garry Kasparov in 1997. This demonstrated the potential of AI to master complex strategy games.
#3. What is required for an AI model to learn how to draw like a human?
There are lots of different ways that AIs learn about pictures, but they all depend on having lots of pictures to start with. That shouldn’t be surprising – we humans learn from looking at pictures too!
#4. True or false? Proposed in 1985, the Turing Test tests whether an AI can beat humans at a collection of games and puzzles.
False. Also called the Imitation Game, the Turing Test assesses AI intelligence by the way it carries on a conversation over text. If a human cannot tell that they are talking to a machine, then the AI passes the Turing Test.
#5. Which of the following should not be performed by AI?
AI has serious limitations in areas that involve complex human emotions, ethical judgements, and nuanced decision-making – like sentencing criminals.
Congratulations! You are a real science whiz!
Oh dear! Better brush up before the next quiz!